Tag Archives: Sourced

Black Maple Hill Oregon Rye Whiskey Review

Black Maple Hill Oregon Rye

By Randall H. Borkus Rating: C+ Black Maple Hill Rye is not a distillery, but a label owned by Paul Joseph from California. Joseph worked with Kentucky Bourbon Distillers “KBD “ (now known primarily as Willett, and bottlers of Noah’s Mill, Rowan’s Creek, etc…) for many years. So, Black Maple Hill whiskey was originally sourced from KBD, who in turn ...

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Three More West Cork Whiskeys Coming To America

In partnership with its U.S. importer, M.S. Walker, West Cork Distillers has announced the launch of three new limited release products to its line of Irish Whiskeys. Building upon their success with the West Cork Bourbon Cask and 10-Year Old Single Malt, and the recent limited release of Barrel Proof and Black Reserve, West Cork will be releasing three different ...

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Nelson’s Green Brier Releasing A New Finish In Bourbon Line

By Richard Thomas While they mature their in-house whiskey, Tennessee distillery Nelson’s Green Brier has been relying on sourced whiskey for its Belle Meade Bourbon, named for the famous estate on the outskirts of Nashville. The Belle Meade Line was expanded with Sherry and Cognac cask finished bourbons, and now they have added a Madeira cask finish to the line ...

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Barr an Uisce 1803 10 Year Old Single Malt Irish Whiskey Review

Barr an Uisce 10 Year Old

By Father John Rayls Rating: A- I enjoy a good Irish Whiskey as an interesting alternative to my normal bold bourbon tastes. With that in mind, I can tell you if you like Irish Whiskey, you’re going to enjoy the 1803 Single Malt. Barr an Uisce (“bar on ishka”) literally means “above the water.” The Irish monks, early pioneers in ...

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